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The picture on my camera has lines going through it.

Hello.My name is Tina,
Someone was messing with the settings in my camera and now when i go to take a picture its showing a blurred pictured with all lines through it. But when i go to review pictures i already have the pictures are clear.
i was trying to mess with the settings myself and i someone got the camera clear for 1 picture and then it went right back. so i know theres nothing wrong with the lens it had to be something with the settings.
is there anyway you can tell me how to bring it back to normal settings
as if the camera was just bought. Please help me i really wanna take pictures of my newborn baby for thanks giving!!
Thank you so much!!!

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Not in time for Thanksgiving but...
Visit this site, it tells you what you need to know. 
http://www.imaging-resource.com/badccds.html

"owners are instructed to contact the Sony Customer Information Services Center for further assistance at 1-866-703-7669."  -  Tell them you have a CCD (image sensor) failure. 
If their trouble shooting does not solve the problem (have your battery fully charged), you will have the opprotunity to have it repaired for $15 s/h.   Have your CC# handy.

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Tina, it sounds like you are having the same problem as everyone olse that own a t1. I had the same problem with the camera and then it just went blurry on me, the menu works and everything but you can't see the image, I'm trying to see if sony has a solution for this, because it's a really nice camera

Posted on Nov 19, 2008

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